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**jnow2** Just checking I got the process right- very simple Markov.

If it is sunny on a particular day, it will definitely be rainy the next day. If it is rainy on a particular day, a flip of a coin will decide the weather for the next day (ridiculous, I know...).

a.) What is the transition matrix that models this scenario?

b.) If it is rainy on Tuesday, what is the probability that it will also be rainy on the following Friday?

c.) In the long run, what is the percentage of days that it will be rainy?

Thanks!